The latest from DMA West and Wales
The West and Wales region has earned an enviable reputation for breaking new ground over the years. A shining example of this is the DMA's Neurodiversity Initiative which was conceived, tested and embraced in our region before being rolled out nationally. We should, therefore, be very proud that the DMA has, as a result of this, published new industry guidance for understanding autism in the workplace.
Join the DMA’s Legal Team, OneTrust, and Arena Racing Company, as they demystify the latest thought and issues on cookie policies, politics, and Brexit at our Legal Update – Birmingham. Book your ticket here.
Door Drops Nuts and Bolts event is coming to Bath. Join us, alongside Whistl, EDIT, Newsquest Direct, JICMAIL, and Golley Slater, who’ll take you through integrated planning for door drops, and show you want a successful door drop campaign looks like. Find out more here.
If you’d like to attend the final regional council meeting of 2019, please feel free to join us in Bristol on the afternoon of Thursday 14 November. Our guest speaker will be Georgina Graham from law firm Osborne Clarke and she’ll be talking about the latest legislation regarding adtech. If you’d like to attend please email email@example.com
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Our ever-popular Fresh Blood event, will for one night only, be renamed Fresh Veg in February as we welcome vegan activist, filmmaker and social media legend Earthling Ed to Bristol as our keynote speaker. The event aims to open the doors to our industry and encourage the next generation of marketers to step inside for a look around.
We’ll be setting the students the most ambitious marketing challenge yet on the night, so if you’d like to share your skills and expertise to inspire students and help in the fight against climate change please do drop me at firstname.lastname@example.org
DMA West and Wales Community Manager